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Why Learning C Programming Language


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#1 Samuelono

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Posted 24 February 2006 - 09:36 AM

I am a student studying Computer Science. My lecturer gave me an assignment to write a project on "Why Learning C Programming Language". The project means that we should write a comprehesive detailed essay on why we should learn c programming language. The project will be an essay with no chapters. The project should have an introduction, subtopics, a summary and a conclusion.

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Posted 24 February 2006 - 01:01 PM

That does appear to be the standard essay form. You might begin by reading several of the long threads here about "what language should I learn."I would think that a well-organised essay would entail the discussion of all the uses, or categories of uses, of C (or C++) in the contemporary world. C is the lingua franca of programming, much like Latin was the language of educated discourse during the Pax Roma or the Medieval world. You could have each category of use be a subtopic (one or two paragraphs depending upon the detail you want to use or the assigned length); researching and writing these first, the introduction and conclusion would then be obvious.
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